The illusions and realities of American foreign policy in the Middle East from Oslo to Cairo to Trump and beyond
Will we see a Democratic candidate like him—practically inclined to the liberal center, with a coherent moral outlook that used to be informed by a decent left—in the 2020 election cycle?
‘Nat’ to his friends, Glazer, who died Saturday at 95, was among the last of the original New York intellectuals and a remarkable thinker who never lost touch with how ideas affected real people’s lives
And why Trump’s military pullout represents not a new direction in foreign affairs but a coarse coda to a decade of institutional error
An accounting of the Democrats’ legacy in the Middle East, and where they can go from here